Patient ________________ is your right to decide when, how, and to what extent others may access your health information
The privacy rule all healthcare workers must abide by
PHI stands for__________________ ________________ Information
A provider must post the notice of privacy practices in a clear and ______________-to-find location where patients are able to see it
The state of keeping or being kept secret or private
This must be signed by the patient in order to receive a copy of their medical records
Must be included when sending PHI via fax
An act of breaking or failing to observe a law, agreement, or code of conduct
The action or act of complying with rules and standards
This is a digital version of medical records
ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORD
RELEASE OF INFO
42 CFR PART 2
LEVEL 1 AUDIT
RELEASE OF INFORMATION
Release of Information
False Claims Act
Something that shows up in a email
Hard to detect both by Users
Identity and Privacy Protection
Someone attempting to create Identity fraud
A security mechanism prohibiting the execution of those programs on a known malicious or undesired list of software
The occurrence of disclosure of confidential information, access to confidential information, destruction of data assets or abusive use of a private IT environment. Generally, a data breach results in internal data being made accessible to external entities without authorization.
A security tool, which may be a hardware or software solution that is used to filter network traffic.
A form of identity theft in which a transaction, typically financial, is performed using the stolen identity of another individual. The fraud is due to the attacker impersonating someone else.
he likelihood or potential that an employee or another form of internal personnel may pose a risk to the stability or security of an organization
Any code written for the specific purpose of causing harm, disclosing information or otherwise violating the security or stability of a system. Malware includes a wide range of types of malicious programs including: virus, worm, Trojan horse, logic bomb, backdoor, Remote Access Trojan (RAT), rootkit, ransomware and spyware/adware.
The likelihood or potential that an outside entity, such as an ex-employee, competitor or even an unhappy customer, may pose a risk to the stability or security of an organization. An outsider must often gain logical or physical access to the target before launching malicious attacks.
A form of unwanted or unsolicited messages or communications typically received via e-mail but also occurring through text messaging, social networks or VoIP. Most SPAM is advertising, but some may include malicious code, malicious hyperlinks or malicious attachments.
A form of malware that often attaches itself to a host file or the MBR (Master Boot Record) as a parasite. When the host file or MBR is accessed, it activates the virus enabling it to infect other objects. Most viruses spread through human activity within and between computers
a dishonest scheme; a fraud.
The act of falsifying the identity of the source of a communication or interaction. It is possible to spoof IP address, MAC address and email address.
A form of malware that monitors user activities and reports them to an external their party. Spyware can be legitimate in that it is operated by an advertising and marketing agency for the purpose of gathering customer demographics. However, spyware can also be operated by attackers using the data gathering tool to steal an identity or learn enough about a victim to harm them in other ways.
An attack focusing on people rather than technology
Alerts used as a warning of danger.
an attempt by hackers to damage or destroy a computer network or system.
a specific aspect of broader concepts such as cybersecurity and computer security, being focused on the specific threats and .
the ultimate call control center that gives customers full control of all T-Mobile's scam protection options.
Malware is defined as any device software that aims to cause damage and steal data. Malware is an abbreviation for malicious software. Ransomware and trojan, for example, are types of malware widely used in email attacks